Minister for Health Jill Hennessy announcing the new $9.3 million Stroke Care Unit with RMH Director Neurology, Professor Stephen Davis, and stroke survivor, Lindsay Mott
19 July 2017

It was the quick thinking of his brother-in-law that saved Lindsay’s life.

03 July 2017

Melbourne researchers have solved a longstanding mystery about why some people develop recurring, itchy hives without an apparent allergic trigger, a condition known as chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU).

DHHS Language Services Innovation Grants announcement
22 June 2017

The Royal Melbourne Hospital is one of four health services to receive funding in the inaugural round of the Department of Health and Human Services Language Services Innovation Grants program.

22 June 2017

To be attributed to The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Associate Professor Steven Tong, Infectious Diseases Specialist at The Doherty Infection and Immunity

Normal lung scan
20 June 2017

Are you: A smoker or recent former smoker? Aged from 55 to 80? In good general health?

Queens Birthday Award Recipients
13 June 2017

Three distinguished leaders at The Royal Melbourne Hospital have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

13 June 2017

Up to 95% of our healthcare workers have experienced verbal or physical assault.

Melbourne Health fully supports the Occupational Violence & Aggression (OVA) in Healthcare public awareness campaign launched today by the Victorian Minister for Health, Jill Hennessy and Minister for Finance, Robin Scott.

26 May 2017

The Royal Melbourne Hospital is asking visitors to take special care with washing their hands and delay visiting the hospital if unwell, following a number of cases of gastroenteritis. Hand hygiene gel is available on all our wards.

26 May 2017

The Women’s, the Royal Melbourne and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre held a combined event today to acknowledge National Sorry Day and affirm our joint commitment to righting the wrongs of the past and continuing along the journey of reconciliation.

Professor Peter Mitchell
22 May 2017

Australian medical researchers are at the forefront of an international stroke research study that will reduce disability and have more people return home.